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PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY BY The Ghronicls Publishing Go., 21C ITayettevtlle t., Raleigh, N okth Carolina. JOSEPHUS DANIELS, Editor. DIRECTORS : Joskphtjs Daniels, H. B. Hardy A NOTABLE BANQUET. g&THC STATS CHRONICLE. TERMS POSTAGE FREE Daily, one year, - - -Daily, six months, - - -Daily, one month, - - -Weekly, one year, - - -Weekly, in clubs of 5, $6.00 3.00 .50 1.25 1.00 The Young Men's Democratic League of Atlanta will have a ban quet on the evening of the day of the unveiling of the Grady monu ment, October 21, will be one of the most notable gatherings of its kind ever held in that State. It is to be given complimentary to the distin guished visiting Democrats who will be there at that time, ana among those who have already accepted the invitation to be present . are Governor Hill, of New York; Governor Pattison, of Pennsyl vania; Governor Abbett, of New Jersev: Hon. Patrick Col- mi lins. of Boston; Senator Vest of Missouri,and others. GeneralPAL mer, United States Senator from Illinois, has also partially accepted, and says that he is! very anxious to attend if his engagements will per mit. Senator Wolcott, of Colorado, has accepted the invitation of the Grady monument committee to be present at the ceremonies attendant upon the unveiling of the monu ment. His notable services to the country, and particularly to the South, in bringing about the defeat of the Force bill, will give him a warm reception in Atlanta, and though aj Republican, he will be asked to attend the Democratic banquet and hear some wholesome Democratic doctrine as it is preached in the South. Governor Hill will speak, as will also Gover" nors Pattison and Abbett. PEEAOHING TO NEGE0ES. The Chronicle has always be lieved that it was the duty of white ministers of standing and abilityto preach to the negroes whenever they had opportunity to do so. We believe that if there had been sys tematic effort upon the part of the white churches to instruct the negro since the war, there would have been a higher type of piety among the negroes and a better under standing between the races. At the recent session of Holston Con ference, Bishop Galloway spoke of the duty of working among the negroes and said: "Down in Mississippi I preach to the negroes at every opportunity, and I find them an exceedingly ap preciative people to talk to. Per haps I know how to reach them, but at all events, at home I have a reputation I am proud of that of being a negro preacher. One day I lad preached in a colored church, and at the conclusion of my sermon an old uncle came up to me and said: 'Lord blsss vo sah, yo' don't alk like a white man; yo' talk like i niggah. It any manv ieels that t detracts from his dignity to preach before colored congregations, he had better ask ihe question whether he is called of ,God to preach or keep silent." Liberal commission allowed to club agents. Sample copies furnished free on application. IS THIS '"SOMETHING BETTER ?" drop us a postal. If at any time your paper is not de livered, or if it is delayed. t'apers bliov.ld be on the door steps of every city subscriber by six o'clock in the morning. If not somebody is at fault, and if so . we want to know it. h If you fail to receive your paper, therefore, or if it comes late, drop as a postal at once, giving your address, and stating your com plaint, which will receive prompt attention. I am a Democrat, pure and simple. I believe in lighting for reforms in tide of party lines I believe that any attempt to organize a third parly in the South would be an ab solute failure Ben Tillman. SUNDAY,- Oct. 11,1891. UNITED A0TI0N ESSENTIAL. Hon. Jno. G. Otis, the newly elected Alliance congressman from the fourth Kansas district, has pre pared a financial measure for the consideration of the incoming Con ress, consisting oi nineteen sec- m i r tions ana occupying lour newsn per columns. It is presumed to rep resent the views of the Alliance party on the money question, anc is a type cf the legislation now de manded by that party in the West It provides for pennies and nickels silver and rold coin, and the free and unlimited coina of -both, and then $2,000,000,000 of paper money, each bill being ab solutely money and not in the form of piomise. It provides that "each and every kind of money mentioned in this section shall be interchanga ble with each other at par 'and a full legal tender for all debts both public and private." It provides further for three treasury fund3, the general revenue fund, the real estate and revenue fund and the national first of the kind ever held, and it is expected that a large company of publishers will take advantage of the opportunity to see the various machines at work together. Tfe mi snow in AN IMPORTANT MEETING. We wish that every man in the State could have heard ex-Senator Norwood's speech in Raleigh. It was the speech of a thinker and a patriot who realizes that the heel of the bond-holder is upon the neck of the people, stamping out their pros perity and denying them an equal chance. But it was not the speech of an extremist who rashly risks everything for an irridescent dream. He knows full well -that rashness will not remove the evils and that division among the people of the South will only increase the fetters without bringing relief. Therefore he counsels investigation, study, conciliation, unity, action. The friends of reform can secure every wise measure by going into Demo . cratic conventions, pressing their wise measures, and showing a wil lingness to make concessions in the interest oi getting something:. If they demand all, they may defeat the object they aim at, and fly to ills they know not of. . food and clothing fund. Ed. Chambers Smith, Esq., Chairman of the State Democratic Executive Committee, has called a meeting of the executive committee, to meet in Raleigh, October 15th, at 8 p. m. In addition to the central com mittee, the following are the State committee: First District : W. G. Lamb, II. Ski nner, Gen. W. P. Robert s Col. W. S. Carter. Second District ; J. B. Martin, J. W. Granger, W. J. Rogers, R. i II. Speight. Third District: W. A. John ston, T. II. Sutton, A. C. Ward, M. J. Ham. Fourth District: Col. J. S. Carr, W. H. Pace, II. A. London, J. J. Young. Fifth District: W. A. Bobbitt, A. E. Herndon, J. A. Barringer, R. B. Glenn. Sixth District: II. B. Adams, D. S. Cowan, J. S. Oliver. B. R. Moore. Seventh District: J. P. Cald well, Will. X. Coley, T. S. Red- ng, Dr. W. L. Crump. Eighth District: B. C. Cobb, J. L. Webb, W. W. Barber, W. W. Scott. Ninth District: A. H. Hayes, J. C. L. Bird, J. S. Anderson, J. M. Gudsrer. That people will suffer from sick headache, dys pepsia, nervousness, con stipation, piles, and fre quent attacks of bilious ness, when a few doses of Simmons Liver Kemila tor, taken occasionally, would cure and prevent them. There are also very intelligent people who fail to note the action of tne system, whether the waste passes off regularly, or they havo eaten something too hard for the delicate organs of digestion. The result is the liver, kidneys and bowels become- diseased, the tongue coated, the blood tainted, skin yel lowish occasionally break ing out with pimple3. ' The victims become mel ancholy, sleepless and lose their appetite, and so on until his complaint is chronic, when they know that Simmons Liver Res- ulator will cure them. Take Simmons Liver Beoailator. Be Not "Iiapoe:l Upon! Rxminc to fi that you set the Pennine, Distrojrnished from all frarjrr, nnrt mutations by our red Z TrHe-MHfk, m front of Wrapper, 'V1 'Mi tftf t,hp. -Pill Ann iernT.r'rp J. II. Zellm & Co. luesaay, WILL BE CIRCUS DAY AT Great World's Greatly Augmented by the ? XDftelc v I L: Solomon and Incidental to 1he spectacle, one hundred IIS hundred people re present ins; tb '.i- r. v ' Pi M. - I Manutacturtd at u cr4 t'' " f k v ! jl i 1 1 1 . A WSE Attiied in costumes similar to those worn in KIN a See What the Leading Journal ; From the Richmond, Virginia, Dilute!;. , l(!) ff There were two performances y -sterdav, v v..' t tk.. i: nessed in this city. The spectacle, "King Soloman and tl.. (,. rn, r was extremely good. Some of the riding Iv.-.s f :- , " ," Robert Sackuey did in his palmy days, and th.. :;(T"; ' performances were equally admirable. One point about Robinson's circus tht -vi!, ; ; -people as contrasted with those who have been li.-r- v,; Take it all in all, Robinson's is one of ib , ever been to Richmond. I! fi till YRA NTHEMTI31 ROSE 8, J All the fijK-st bryBinthnTrs. Be (.rev blconiinc: Iroso, in m&ny eorta Choice ferareee and Alafniclian. Green honfi ir)d (hit-door Rc.:dinr Pianie Ont tlov7er, Donrjnet? fJiC Floral Dei?ma. Tomato, Cauliflower, -:'aMaje arid Pot- r-rf-.dv sbont zsth cf At-ril. er rdant? surpasses Isarnum s jScto Com i i - m Jnne and July, fc&ad for .'s.iA'ccnQ. mp.TMn.LGn?.P.He. riiipiniiMt; AnrJl In every way a better show than Forepaugh's Indianapolis Journal. June lGth, 1801. The spectacle of Solomon far AS TEUE AS GOSPEL. If- the farmers in the Alliance seek to obtain relief in any other way than through the Democratic party, they will fail utterly and completely to get any relief. And not only so but they will restore the Republican party to power in every State in the South, and give Harrison & Co. an indefinite lease of power. This means more taxes, greater burdens, the force bill, and a continuation of the burdensome and unconstitutional legislation against which the Alliance is the legitimate protest. hie chronicle is growing as an advertising medium, and to-day's issue is chock full. We are com pelled to crowd out reading matter to make room for it. That shortness of breath is dys pepsia. Take Simmons Liver Reg- i ulator. TKIAL OF TYPE SETTING MA CHINES. H. 8TK1.bIETZ, ricriet, 1891. Superior in ail its performances to Barnum's or Forepaugh's shows. Co2incr-Journal, June 3d, 1891. The best show ever in Columbus, excepting none. Ohio State Jour nal, , July 14th, 1891. The show has never been equalled in Cincinnati; the best ever in our city Cincinnati Enquirer, April ?th, 1891. is well worth t!.-:r; Q'cbcc (Jhrutw-h. A - Better tli.-m R.r TVa.) Da'ht AVfr.. v isoi. "It b-;d i;..r:::.:;:; Verdict of ;;.; l:;:;-.. ited KoMninV . 1601. J iron LFrom CitvF!;-. -r' :i Time.-, .Sr;,t"r.-: on earth." W;.:. T. Xoti:. Th; ! : of the paper an v i thtnticitv of tL-; copies of tin- yxr.i same havinz ! en iar surpasses Barnum's or any other show ever exhibited in Que bec. The spectacle of "Solomon" 3 Circuses. 110 Artists. 30 Races in Roman Hi'ri. and Costly Animals in the Great Mrnari-. AT 10 O'CLOCK TUESDAY, OGTOBEIi ! : A irrancL btreet ra Economy is the soul of weath, a nA iuux i. .i .... r. but don t push kitchen economy too balloon ascension and ?aracllut jum,, fr,m tUe ni,;nn..Ti?o" I .f0 Remember tbis is free, free as the Jir vou Wb,. 1:K" weir w M Xl SB ' hUt 7 m- Performances at 2 and 8 p. m. CIk,;. ' we lay just as much stress upon roads. quality as we do on moderate prices. jviiuueu buppnes mat are second class in quality are not worth a fourth class figure. You begin to sacrifice much that there is in life to value and enjoy when you begin to be indifferent about what you eat. We have room in our store for nothing but the finest brands of everything and you can trust us to select for you as carefully as if you chose everything in person. We make a specialty of fine canned goods of every kind, fine meats, flour, etc. EBERHARDT & PESCUD. A special committee of the Ameri can rsewspaper Publishing Asso ciation, consisting of Col. Fred erick Driscoll, of the St. Pau Pioneer Press; E. H. Woods, of the .boston Herald, and Maj. W. J. RicnARDS, of the Indianapolis News, will conduct a type setting match this week in the Chicago Evening Post building. The ma chines which will compete are the Mergenthaler linotype, the Rogers typograph, the flJcMillian type set ting machine, and the St. John typo-bar. Commencing Monday, Oct. 12th, test will continue pri vately for six days, and for one week thereafter, commencing Mon day, Oct. 19, the machines will be on exhibition to the public and news paper men everywhere. Newspa per proprietors and publishers in n parts oi me country manitest said town. Now is the chance toseciire great interest in the contest, the jSggfS ? a .groTg1 XWill exhibit Monday 12th at Henderson; Y- Goldsboro; Thursday 15th at Durham. Make TuV a Grand Gala Day. 10-10-2t PLANTERS' - WAREHOUSE Wilson, 3ST O. ) TO MY FORMER PATRONS AND THE FARMERS GENERALLY:' Having moved from Raleigh to Wil- chant tail son, N. C, I am prepared to have you I Importing Brtf Mv stock is bov a"-. compare, in stV ' ; house in the coi--.- n in. First-CIass vr.".. " an-i will co:i2cayc Town or HiGKonj J.. " - . - W J wv. kic me your patronage. The ware house which we have charge of is one VALUABLE PROPERTY IN THE facility re hSre for dealing In lf oacco. xnereare a large number ot buyers here, with a dozen prize houses The buyers have large orders to flli and will give you satisfactory prices for your c-op. The business men of Wilson give their hearty support in making the place a fine tobacco mar bat: Wh?rVi in Hcnl . , tl IZ u' ltAle' deceased, are much encouraged,! for the sales SaSVlL& expectotwii. thus early in the t58vni1Ila8!niceiltaild finely fur- Hoping for a continuation of vnnr cd.hwnbmll0the Public trade, wnich wiU alwav? hVciul square now occumedby the Firit Na- attenlion, ttlways nave carelul firm nl Knn It nf TTirVrfT. - We lot within tln LnCS I am respectfully, Of ANDERSONJON&cb. septic Dlw-Wlm .llof my worl: personal iu?rtv.' I retpecTfiiry; '' to what I thins - - X.- M-. FinestSelectio Ever 5:io - 0 New York ment cuttisj.